Kraemer – “one of the most authoritative Handelians”

Nicholas Kraemer - conductor

Conductor “[Nicholas] Kraemer has a special feel for Handel, making him one of the most authoritative Handelians in today’s early-music world... The stylish and trusty hand of principal guest conductor Nicholas Kraemer was evident in the symmetry of the programming as well as in the invigorating musical results… No texture was under-articulated, no dance movement under-characterized.” Chicago Classical Review of Plus Fours! Handel, Telemann, Locatelli, Vivaldi with Music of the Baroque. The concert is available to view on demand until June 12.  

Kraemer back in Chicago

Nicholas Kraemer, Principal Guest Conductor of Music of the Baroque, directs a programme of Bach Brandenburg Concertos from Harris Theatre, Chicago which is available on demand from April 29. From May 9 their concert of Handel, Locatelli, Vivaldi & Telemann will also be online.

Kraemer All Stars Messiah live in London

Nicholas Kraemer - conductor

Nicholas Kraemer conducts the English Chamber Orchestra and Voces 8 with Carolyn Sampson, Iestyn Davies, Andrew Staples and Matthew Brook at Cadogan Hall, London. With a reduced running time of 80 minutes the two performances on December 6 with a socially-distanced audience are sold out but a deferred ‘live’ stream of the event will be available for a month from December 11 on the Live from London platform.

Nicholas Kraemer “ample grace and abundant charm”

Nicholas Kraemer - conductorChicago Classical Review on Nicholas Kraemer directing Telemann Wassermusik with Music of the Baroque “Kraemer led these beguiling terpsichorean depictions with ample grace and abundant charm.” Full review. Next Kraemer joins the Civic Orchestra of Chicago directing their Bach Marathon Finale.

Kraemer conducts The Enchanted Island

Nicholas Kraemer - conductorWith the young artists of British Youth Opera Nicholas Kraemer will conduct the European premier of The Enchanted Island, a pasticcio of works by Handel, Vivaldi, Rameau and others set to a libretto by Jeremy Sams which was premiered at The Metropolitan Opera in 2010. The performances take place at the Peacock Theatre, London on September 1, 5 & 7 in a production by Stuart Barker.

Fehr and Kraemer together again for Monteverdi

300px-Sabina-poppaeaThe creative partnership of conductor Nicholas Kraemer and director Harry Fehr rides again. This time with L’Incoronazione di Poppea for Trinity Laban Conservatoire with performances at Blackheath Concert Halls on July 5, 6,  7 & 8.